1. Esha
    09/28/2014 @ 3:47 AM

    Excellent write up dear, it actually sounds fairly doable. 🙂 Sharing for you. 🙂

  2. Jeanne Melanson
    09/27/2014 @ 5:54 PM

    Great information here, Jenn. For a while I thought I might have Celiac Disease so I started to change my diet and it drove me nuts! I’ve never had a weight problem and never had to watch what I ate before. Anyway, the good news is that I don’t have Celiac. I admire you for doing all the research required to help your daughter with her issues. What a good mother you are. 🙂

  3. Nathaniel Kidd
    09/27/2014 @ 8:14 AM

    This is very educational. I always here about low carb diets but I had not idea of the 4 low carb diet plans that you mention here. Thank you very much for sharing.

  4. Manu Kalia
    09/26/2014 @ 8:55 PM

    I would love to teach this to my students. Diarrhea is growing faster this needs to be thought

  5. Harriet
    09/26/2014 @ 3:53 PM

    I lose a lot of weight on the Atkins diet. Kept it off for a few years too.

  6. The Great Gordino
    09/26/2014 @ 1:00 PM

    I’ve been so lucky with my body make up, that so far I haven’t had to make any adjustments, but lately I have decided I need to pay a bit of attention to shape/food intake.
    I’m starting with a general watching of what I eat, i.e smaller portions and less obvious rubbish. I’ll see how that goes, but have got the low carb route as an option if I need it!
    Thanks for the share,

  7. katherine
    09/26/2014 @ 12:55 PM

    My grandmother needs to read this!

  8. Jenn
    09/26/2014 @ 12:33 PM

    Thanks for the comment, Guy. The dietetions will tell you it’s okay to eat a lot not so good stuff that can directly affect your blood sugars, so pass this on to your friends.

  9. Jenn
    09/26/2014 @ 12:31 PM

    It depends on where you live how easy it is to find the right foods and ingredients, but I think we’d be better off as a whole if we ate less processed foods and less treated foods.

    I wonder how much the modifications of foods has increased things like autism and diabetes.

  10. Stacie
    09/26/2014 @ 12:15 PM

    It sounds really doable with your explanation. Even special needs children who are not diabetic must have their carbs and sugars monitored. I have found my own son’s health greatly affected by his foods.

  11. The Guy Corner NYC
    09/26/2014 @ 12:12 PM

    Thanks for the tips. I do not have diabetes personally but know of friends that do.

  12. Joan Harrington
    09/26/2014 @ 11:27 AM

    Hi Jenn,

    Great post! Excellent tips on how to start a low carb diet for diabetes 🙂 Thanks for sharing 🙂 Shared for you 🙂

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